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      07-22-2010, 03:24 PM   #1
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Can we mention infants here?

Don't see much baby content but wife just had her 12 week scan and all looking good for another (2nd) little one in February - yikes!!
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congrats, can they tell if its a boy/girl yet?
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Congratulations - great news. Hope all goes well!
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That's at 20 weeks - not sure if we'll find out yet!
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congrats mate!! Hope all goes well.
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Great news Matt!
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Congrats Matt. Louisa is pregnant again with our 2nd and we are approaching the 12 week scan - very nervous and hoping things go ok this time. Best of luck with yours fella.
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Stevie and all - cheers.

We had some major issues in the past (lost one at 37 weeks, another at 12ish weeks) so we are also a bit nervous but having a lovely little boy helps immensely. So I know how you feel. To me 12 weeks is a major milestone - once past that, you can relax a bit. Oh and CONGRATULATIONS! I'm sure all will be fine - the odds are well in your favour.

Before he arrived, it was the stark difference of being parents or not.
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Congrats Matt & Steve, hope all goes well for you both
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Great news Matt. I wish you (and family) all the best. We've had a shite 12 months (one miscarriage last year then made a horrendous decision to end a pregnancy, a little girl it transpired, in March at 22ish weeks due to problems). Our little girl keeps us going but onwards and upwards as they say. Having a health baby is such a blessing and shouldn't be taken for granted.

Losing one at 22 weeks was bad enought but 37 weeks, my God, so difficult to deal with that.
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Roger - sorry to hear that.

Little (completely healthy) fella of ours cord knotted around his neck and that was it. Indeed very, very tough but also very,very rare. Always painful to remember but the little boy we have now (wife got pregnant with him three months after the loss) makes all the difference.

Anyway this is getting a bit serious - let's talk about lack of sleep and baby puke!
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...and shite
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...and shite

Especially once they have been weaned....
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We're on number 3 and haven't slept past 5am for 4 years... Still, gotta love 'em! (4yr + 3yr + 1yr)
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Congrats to both whom have mentioned their new arrivals. I might as well get in n the act- my wife (not said in a borat accent) is due to deliver our 2nd in about 3 weeks time.

Really looking forward to those sleepless nights..………… not
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Congrats to all who are expecting

Oh, and while the 2nd is a lot easier (you know what to expect) - juggling 2 is 3x harder

Btw, Gina Ford routine means our kids (3yrs and 7 months) are in bed by 7pm and don't wake to gone 7am
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Don't know about that Gina-bird's routine but my routine means my little one sleeps from 7.30pm to 7.30am most nights. Seems to sleep in until about 8am on a Friday for some reason; shame it's not a Saturday though!!!
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Congratulations - hope all goes well for you!

My little one is just approaching 2 and loving every minute of it. Hopefully more on the way


When do you think the Mrs will suggest getting a bigger car and having to face the prospect of parting company with the 335d
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We're on number 3 and haven't slept past 5am for 4 years... Still, gotta love 'em! (4yr + 3yr + 1yr)


my 13 months old boy, he sleeps from 7pm to 7am ususally, unless he gets an hour of a nap in the afternoon.. Then he goes to bed at 10-11pm..

Now he is Corfu for Holiadys with my wife, its been a week and ive got a week more left...

Ahhh, i nearly forgot how it was waking up at 10-11 am on weekends
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Btw, Gina Ford routine means our kids (3yrs and 7 months) are in bed by 7pm and don't wake to gone 7am
So jinxed it last night.....baby work up before 6.

Then somehow he turned on his cot mobile. Then he coo'ed to himself for an hour before I got him up at 7. v.tired this morning
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We get 7.30pm-7.30am most nights from our 22 month old.

Cool to hear about a few others expecting - E91s all round then?!
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